Coronal magnetic reconnection driven by CME expansion—the 2011 June 7 event

@article{DrielGesztelyi2014CoronalMR,
  title={Coronal magnetic reconnection driven by CME expansion—the 2011 June 7 event},
  author={L. Driel-Gesztelyi and D. Baker and T. Torok and E. Pariat and L. Green and D. Williams and J. Carlyle and G. Valori and P. D{\'e}moulin and B. Kliem and D. Long and S. Matthews and J. Malherbe},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={788},
  pages={85}
}
Coronal mass ejections (CMEs) erupt and expand in a magnetically structured solar corona. Various indirect observational pieces of evidence have shown that the magnetic field of CMEs reconnects with surrounding magnetic fields, forming, e.g., dimming regions distant from the CME source regions. Analyzing Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) observations of the eruption from AR 11226 on 2011 June 7, we present the first direct evidence of coronal magnetic reconnection between the fields of two… Expand
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